From breakfast to baked goods to countless cultural dishes, eggs couldn’t be more universally ordinary and unremarkable. But today is about challenging appearances and assumptions of extremism and normality. Today is a lesson in unlearning. [tweet this] (read more + resources)

I took on Vegan Gains in an epic arm wrestling showdown. Find on the REAL reason Richard moved across the Atlantic! Two vegan YouTubers. One epic battle. See what happens when vegan egos collide. [tweet this] (read more + resources)

Our societal perception of what is normal and natural tends to be defined by the actions of the majority. As most people grew up eating animal products from an early age, veganism is by default viewed as deviation from the norm.

Yet as children, vegan or not, most also exhibited an inherent affinity for animals, as evidenced by their tendency to hug, pet and play with rather than tackle and tear the flesh from them. [tweet this]

Given this near universality, one has to wonder: are vegans the few who have deviated from our animal-eating nature, or are non-vegans the majority who have deviated from our animal-loving nature? [tweet this] (read more + resources)

There’s a popular online trend of taking perfectly innocent images from children’s coloring books and altering them, often with impressive artistic prowess, into deeply disturbing depictions of violence, perversion, and any number of decidedly adult themes.

It’s precisely how incredibly inappropriate the resulting images are for their intended audience of children that makes corrupting coloring books such a viral success.

Today we’re going to take a magical journey together into one particularly special kids coloring book and activity set apparently aimed at the budding sociopath! [tweet this]

It includes such enriching activities as a multiple choice quiz on who should live and who should die based on appearance and assigned value, a hands-on activity of how to properly mutilate infants, and more than you’d ever care to know about semen!

Oh and one thing – this particular coloring book – which is aimed at children and comes with the backing of the most trustworthy source for youth enrichment, the United States Government— hasn’t been altered in the slightest.

Isn’t it nice when someone does the corrupting for you? (read more + resources)

Testosterone talk can be a touchy topic. With its inherent ties to cultural concepts of virility and societal perceptions of manliness, the quest to boost testosterone has become a multi-billion dollar industry in the United States alone.[1][2] But as the number of quick fixes, miracle cures, magic pills and fitness crazes continue to rise, men’s testosterone levels continues to fall.

Could it be that what we consider manly is actually tanking men’s testosterone? Let’s cut through the infomercial fluff and see what the science says, shall we? [tweet this] (read more + resources)